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Q1: Lawrence creates the impression that the world of tramways is dangerous and exciting by numerous ways. The setting of the mood at the beginning, first from the title- "Tickets, Please"
Sounds too formal and the reader is expected to read a formal story. The first line starts off -
" There is in the Midlands single-line tramway system..."
Which follows the formal idea but then a feeling of being in a tram begins to commence.
"... which boldly leaves the county town and plunges off into the black industrial countryside...
Due to the sentence structure, a rhythm develops and entices you to read on, a cold chill appears in the mind as gloomy, depressing descriptions of buildings- stark, grimy cold little market places. The rhythm made by DH Lawrence compromised of three long sentences wielded to make the drastic journey of the expeditious tram; full stops deciphered to be the actual tram stops and commas to change the direction and mood of the tram. We read about the buildings but in our minds, they just flick past as if like on a real tram where everything is continuos and nothing is
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